David Warner did not show any mercy on SRH, wreaked havoc with a barrage of fours and sixes, but missed a century

David Warner was a part of Sunrisers Hyderabad till last season and this season he returned to Delhi Capitals and with his return to Delhi, he has batted with a bang.

May 05, 2022 | 9:24 PM

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal

May 05, 2022 | 9:24 PM




What was expected and what was waiting, finally that happened.  David Warner lashed out at his old team without showing any love and raining sixes and fours, set another fiery innings in IPL 2022.  Warner, who went against Sunrisers Hyderabad for the first time since leaving Sunrisers Hyderabad last year, reminded SRH of their mistakes.  (Photo: BCCI)

What was expected and what was waiting, finally that happened. David Warner lashed out at his old team without showing any love and raining sixes and fours, set another fiery innings in IPL 2022. Warner, who went against Sunrisers Hyderabad for the first time since leaving Sunrisers Hyderabad last year, reminded SRH of their mistakes. (Photo: BCCI)

In the match held at Brabourne Stadium, a difficult catch of Warner was missed in the second over and from here again explosive shots were dropped from Warner's bat.  The legendary left-handed Australian batsman during this time scored two fours and a six in the very first over of fast bowler Umran Malik.  (Photo: BCCI)

In the match held at Brabourne Stadium, a difficult catch of Warner was missed in the second over and from here again explosive shots were dropped from Warner’s bat. The legendary left-handed Australian batsman during this time scored two fours and a six in the very first over of fast bowler Umran Malik. (Photo: BCCI)

Warner, who has been the highest run-scorer for Delhi since the beginning of this season, continued the same momentum against Hyderabad and then completed his half-century in just 34 balls.  This is Warner's fourth century in 8 innings this season.  However, he could not complete his century and returned unbeaten on 92 runs in 58 balls, which included 12 fours and 3 sixes.  (Photo: BCCI)

Warner, who has been the highest run-scorer for Delhi since the beginning of this season, continued the same momentum against Hyderabad and then completed his half-century in just 34 balls. This is Warner’s fourth century in 8 innings this season. However, he could not complete his century and returned unbeaten on 92 runs in 58 balls, which included 12 fours and 3 sixes. (Photo: BCCI)

Warner, who scored the highest runs in IPL history, has shown the old days style, leaving behind the failure of the last season.  He has scored more than 300 runs in this season so far, which is the highest for Delhi.  (Photo: BCCI)

Warner, who scored the highest runs in IPL history, has shown the old days style, leaving behind the failure of the last season. He has scored more than 300 runs in this season so far, which is the highest for Delhi. (Photo: BCCI)






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